ASUS releases the GeForce RTX 3060 Phoenix, its smallest RTX 30 series graphics card yet
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ASUS' GeForce RTX 3060 Phoenix is one of the shortest RTX 30 series cards around and is even shorter than its RTX 3060 DUAL. According to ASUS, the Phoenix is 177 mm long, making it ideal for a small form-factor PC. For reference, the Phoenix is 27 mm shorter than the Dual.
The Phoenix is a single fan card too, but it is also a 2.5-slot one because of its 51 mm thickness. By contrast, the DUAL is 38 mm thick, which could be crucial for some space-constrained builds.
ASUS has equipped the RTX 3060 Phoenix with an HDMI 2.1 port and three DisplayPort 1.4a connections. The card can run at up to 1,807 MHz with OC Mode enabled, which is a modest 30 MHz overclock on what Gaming Mode offers.
ASUS is yet to reveal how much the GeForce RTX 3060 Phoenix costs. Proshop Sweden has priced the card at SEK 5,299 (~US$610) though, which is a fair bit less than the SEK 6,190 (~US$712) it charges for the GeForce RTX 3060 DUAL OC.